Anne-Marie Loeillet appointed as Head of Allreal Romandie
Glattpark, 31 January 2022: Anne-Marie Loeillet will start heading up Allreal’s business activities in Romandie on 1 February 2022, backed up by her extensive experience and knowledge of the local market in Western Switzerland. She will report directly to CEO Roger Herzog in her new role.
Anne-Marie Loeillet, born in Switzerland in 1961, graduated from the Languedoc-Roussillon School of Architecture and has a Master’s degree in Urban Planning from the University of Stuttgart. Over the past two decades, she has worked for a number of big corporations and in the public sector in Germany, France and Switzerland.
In 2011, she took on the role of CEO for PCM Opérateur Urbain SA and proved herself to be a decisive and driving force when it came to pushing the development and creation of the residential and business district Le Quartier de l’Etang in Geneva, representing an investment volume of around CHF 1.4 billion.
Anne-Marie Loeillet is taking over from Olivier Plan, who sold several property companies he owned under the umbrella of Immosynergies Holding Sàrl to Allreal on 15 October 2021. Alreal acquired a high-end portfolio of investment properties with a total value of around CHF 500 million in addition to development properties representing a potential investment volume of more than CHF 700 million and the general contractor Roof SA.
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Allreal combines a stable-income property portfolio with the activities of a general contractor (development and realisation). The company’s property portfolio is worth over CHF 5.1 billion. During the 2021 financial year, the volume of projects completed by the Projects & Development division amounted to CHF 343 million. The property company employs more than 250 members of staff across Zurich, Basel, Bern and Geneva. With its registered office on Glattpark, Allreal operates exclusively in Switzerland. Shares in Allreal Holding AG are listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange.